The bank will support the Heritage Foundation’s events and preservation efforts with 5-year agreement
FRANKLIN, Tenn. – Franklin Synergy Bank has signed on as the presenting sponsor of the Heritage Foundation’s 50th anniversary celebration on Nov. 12, in addition to a five-year sponsorship agreement with the non-profit organization. Franklin Synergy celebrates ten years in business this year, which coincides with the Heritage Foundation’s 50-year milestone.
“Franklin Synergy Bank has already been a great partner to the Heritage Foundation, and we are grateful for their continued support over the next five years. Under Richard Herrington’s leadership, Franklin Synergy will support our efforts for preservation projects throughout Williamson County,” said Bari Beasley, CEO of the Heritage Foundation of Williamson County, Tenn. “We are excited to see the growth in this important partnership, and we thank the Synergy team for helping continue our mission.”
Franklin Synergy Bank’s financial support will further preservation efforts and events produced by the Heritage Foundation. In addition to their five-year partnership agreement, Franklin Synergy will present the 50th anniversary celebration on Sunday, Nov. 12 at the Franklin Theatre, which celebrates the organization’s rich history and bright future.
Richard Herrington, chairman and CEO of Franklin Synergy Bank added, “The Heritage Foundation is an important institution in Williamson County, and we are happy to support their efforts through community events and preservation projects. As this year marks our 10-year anniversary, it only seemed fitting to share the celebration with the Heritage Foundation and their 50- year event at the Franklin Theatre.”
For more information about Franklin Synergy Bank, contact Meagan Pratt at Meagan.Pratt@franklinsynergy.com or visit www.franklinsynergybank.com. For more information about the Heritage Foundation or the anniversary event on Nov. 12, visit www.williamsonheritage.org.
Since 1967, the nonprofit group has been dedicated to protecting and preserving Williamson County’s architectural, geographic, and cultural heritage of Franklin and Williamson County and to promote the ongoing revitalization of downtown Franklin in the context of historic preservation. For more information on the Heritage Foundation, visit www.williamsonheritage.org.
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